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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 1, 1942
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the Algona Vtp&t Pe|Moing8 t Aigoaa, Iowa, 8effi. 1,1942 IRVINGTON4-H BOY HAS CHAMPION DUROCATFAIR Irvln'gton: Dick Webefr, young son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weber, and 4-H clhb member, exhibited his purebred Duroe nog at the county fair and received a championship award. The honor was more coveted when It covered the gilt of all breeds class. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Mlnard are the new .tenants on the ffidw. Mawdsley farm. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell of Pipestone, Minn., were here last week calling on old ftrends and looking after farm Interests. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Mawdsley Iwere Sunday dinner guests last Sunday (a week ago) of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tletz, .former Irvington residents, but now residing near JLakota, where they have purchased a farm, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrl and David King. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson attended a Johnson family reunion at Alden last Sunday (a week ago). The affair was held at the home of Mr. asd Mrs. LUln Cousins, Mrs. Cousins, being a niece of Mr. Johnson. Invitations have been Issued for day after' spending the with his grandparents,! Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brawn. Donald aecojn* panled Mf. and Mrs. Wayne Keith and Mr. and Mrs. John Dreesman who will spend a few days at the Stiles home. The ladles are all sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Haekman, Jr., and daughter, Janna, left for their home at KnoxVlLlc!, Tenn., last Thursday after spending the summer at the George Haekman, Sr. home. George will resume his teaching activities in the Industrial Arts department of the Rnoxville high School. Mrs. W, F. Mulllca, who has been a guest at the Hackman home, will remain for an indefinite stay. UNION NEWS Robert Sarchet is having the foundation conditioned under the house on his farm. Kennedy of Burt is doing the work. < A thresher party and settle-up meeting was held at the Henry Stebritz home in Algona last Monday evening for one of the Union thresher runs. Mrs. Ben Sloter was a guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. "Neb" Davis. She left last week end to join her husband who is a guard in an Illinois defense plant . Mrs. Roy Sarchet, son Howard and daughters, Letty and Betty, left last Thursday for Elkton, Minn., to a shower on Thursday afternoon at, visit at the home of her, brother. the local church honoring Anna Mae Harr Behrends, daughter of Mrs. Edna 'Harr, whose marriage was recently announced to Irvin Behrends. Ronald Jenkins recently motored to Rochester, Minn., with his father, Leslie Jenkins, where the latter -went through the clinic there. Albert Urch made the reutrn trip with Ronald for a visit with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson. (Dean Mawdsley will return to his home at San Mateo, Calif., on Sept. 1, after spending the entire summer vacation with his aunt and uncle; Mr« and Mrs.i Clarence Mawdsley. Dean is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, a brother of the local Mawdsleys. Airs. Mary Roba Brockman ~>of Macon, Mo., was a recent visitor here caling on relatives and old friends. Mrs. Brockman came to visit her uncle, Henry Roba of Lakota, whose health has been falling. The old Roba farm is the place now owned and occupied by the Ralph Browns. Mrs. James Magonegel suffered a very 'painful accident last Thursday while she was washing. In some manner her fingers became caught in the wringer and it was nectjssary to have four/ sjtitdhes taken in her first finger on her left hand, the other fingers being more or less bruised and mashed. The many friends here of L. T. Griffin were pleased to learn that he has returned from the hospital at Rochester, Minn., to his home at West Concord, Minn., where he makes his home with his daughter, Mrs. Fred Urch. Mr. Griffin had not been feeling so well of late and went to the hospital for a general check-up. tDonald Stiles, Jr., 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Stiles- of Hutchlnson, Kansas, returned to the home of his "parents last Thurs- Blll Spear and family. Mrs. Ruth Ward ,left last Wednesday for her home in Utah, following several weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Rich of Union and brother Walter and family. A group of relatives and friends enjoyed a social evening at the Walter Rich home last Tuesday evening. The event was the celebration of Walter's birthday anniversary. Charlene, daughter .of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath and a graduate of the 'Lone Rock high school, leaves soon to ajttand the Iowa. State Teachers College' at Cedar Falls for a two-year course. iLast Tuesday evening some relatives and close friends helped Mrs. Rudolph Will celebrate her birthday anniversary. Five hundred was played. Mrs. L. Bode and Waller Heerdt received high scores and Mrs. John Baas and John Leininger received low score. Lunch followed. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner got home last Wednesday evening from a visit at Salt Lake City,. Utah, with the Gardner daughter. They also visited Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Davis kept the Orville Gardner children at her home and Frank cared for the fa^m and FINAL RITES FOR DR. JAMES ADAMS, WESLEY, TDRS. Wesley: Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in the Methodist'church at two o'clock for Dr. James Adams, 37, only soft of Dr. F. L. Adams of Wesley, who was instantly killed In' a car accident Sunday 'afternoon, August 23, near Toledo, Ohio. ftev. J. A. Rlggs officiated. The body arrived in Wesley on Wednesday morning accompanied by his wife and four year old son, James. Pall bearers were Leo Blelch, Joe Meurer, Lael Root, Henry Sherman, Lester Lease atrcl John Hutchison. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. M. G. Bourne, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Dr. P. V. Janse of Algona, Dr. Hamstreet of Titonka, and Dr. Clapsaddle of Burt. Burial was In the Evergreen cemetery near Wesley in the family lot with his mother. The Tom McMahon funeral' home "frasi iln charge. HAVEKLYS ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF JIRS. LAUX Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly entertained a group of relatives on Thursday evening at a 6:30 dinner in honor of her mother, Mrs. Matt Laux's 71st birthday. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux and their three daughters and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Garmnn Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson and fam- and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Seller and family, also Margaret Garman of Corwlth. s Maxine Snath of Britt began her duties as waitress in Loebig cafe. Miss Helen Spitler of Mason City has been visiting Miss Hanna Nelson. Mrs. Joe Muerer will entertain her bridge club Thursday afternoon, September 3rd. Hugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly observed his llth birthday Monday, Aug. 31st. The regular Red Cross meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 8th, at the Arlo Dawson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Loebig a^d two children, Billy and Craig, drove to Lismore, Minn., Tuesday to visit relatives. Mrs., JU L4 (PfefferJ (John and Judith, returned home Thursday from a week's visit with relatives at Traer, Iowa. Rose Studer went to Garner on Thursday and visited several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. "Leo Young and family. West Bend Vicinity News Items chores. Mrs. Harvey Peck and son left last Wednesday via bus for Ames to visit relatives. .On the same bus were Jessie Sarchet and her nephew, Jimmie Romstad going to Des Moines. Jimmy was returning home after a vacation of several weeks here with his cousins and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Presley Sarchet."/"Jessie will assist her slater, Mrs. Qlat Romstad, who is recuperating after a major operation. v Donald Bode also left by bus the same day for Fort Dodge to visit relatives until'Sunday. IT'S Balance THAT PAYSI GIVE YOUR HOGS Balance your com ration—reduce 'your feeding cotti.' Mlml J MM* MM| conUlni mlnerili, protdiu, and conditioner* ill In one b«(—the tlemenU eiperti i»y can uve S bu. com (or every 100-lb. fain, compared with feeding com alone. Get (trial bag on our mooey-back guarantee. Sargent & Co. /VWWVWVWWVWWWSft Make Your Or Last For Umk Sam t t t Every «tj*a av»tt»We is l<W$ervwifw7, ,»riwt»tfl Mr. and Mrs. Harry Madsen of Sheffield, 111., are guests at the A. W. \Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Watson of Waterloo spent 'the week end at the home of the Balgemans. Miss Margaret Shellmyer returned to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to resume her nurses' training, (Mrs. E. R. Rising and Mrs. C. C. Bell and Ronald of Algona spent Thursday .at the Mrs. Ira Hoover home. Miss Geraldlne Sweeney of Ames is spending a vacation at the home of her parent's, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweeney. Mrs. Leo Mimbach and daughters, Cleo Bell and Lola, of Ren- wlck were visitors at the C. W. DeWitt home Friday. Mrs. J. J. Jaeger and son, Jack, returned Sunday from a sightseeing trip to Bad Lands and Black Hills in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Renwick spent the week end at the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and children spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Studer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer at LuVerne. Miss Betty Lou Walker who is attending business college in Mason City, came home Saturday for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Gretti and sons, John and Don, returned to their home in Chicago Friday after a visit at the Carl Vohs home in West Bend and the Gus Vohs home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nessen and childern of Detroit, Mich., are visiting Mr. Nesseri's father,. Mark Nessen and brother, Edwin Nessen. Mr. Nessen is a member of the police force in 'Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Anderegg and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Movick of Ottosen went to Colorado to visit with Dwaine Anderegg, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Anderegg. He is sta- toned at Fort Lenox, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kueker and chilldren, Mrs. W. D. Kueker and Angelia Svare spent Wednesday at the Harold Kueker home In Clear Lake. James Kueker returned home with them for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pull of Cumberland, Maryland, are visiting Mrs. Pull's mother, Mrs. Edna Hayne, this week. Mrs. Pull is the former, Margaret Hayne. Mrs. Hayne's son, Lloyd of LeMars, is also visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fisher took their son, Robert, to the clinic in Rochester, Minn., Tuesday to have his eyes checked. They, returned home the same day and report that the specialist said Robert was getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dorweller, Mrs. George Gengler of Whltte- more and Mrs. Julius Studer of Lu- Verne returned Saturday from Missouri where they had been -to attend the funeral of their brother, Henry Dorweiler. Mr. and Mrs, Myron Boos went to Chicago Tuesday to spend a few days looking after business matters and visiting. Their children, Lorraine and Byron, are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Engerbretson at Dows. Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley will teach in the school at Kanawha this year under the new superintendent Mr. Truesdell, formerly of Ottosen. Mrs. Tinsley taught at LaPort City last year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs! Joe Chamberlin and daughters are spending a part of this week at the home of their parents in Humboldt and Dakota City. Mr. Chamberlin is taking a vacation from his duties, as manager of the Farmers Creamery Co Mrs. T. W. Williams, Stephen and Walter Williams and Grace Chrisman went to Ashton Wednesday for a visit at the Peter Bangert home Walter left from there Thursday for Spokane, Washington, where he will again teach the coming year Mrs. Chriaman returned to home in Cedar Falls Friday. her CORWITH WOMAN AND TEACHERS OF LUVERNE OUT WEST Corwith: Mrs. Florence Nail accompanied Misses Myrtle Jordan and Virgie Hardcoph of near Lu- Verne on a ten days trip though Wyoming and Colorado., A stop was made .to visit Bernard Oner- oung anu i*m» y . heim™ormer band master at Klem- Zelpha Girrard entered the Mer- | " e ' m ' ho is now stationed at Fort cy hospital in Mason City to takej w • Wyoming. Miss Jordan Is training. She is the daughter of " . J -j n the Kossuth county Mr. and Mrs. Albert Girrard. ' hools and Miss Hardcopf will re- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Flaherty and son returned home Thursday afternoon from a visit at his parental James Flaherty home at Clinton. Raymond and Lyle Hlrner visited recently at Quincy, 111., Talmy- ra, Mo., and Davenport. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. George Himer. (Mrs. Herman Bortz of Rudd- visited her cousin, Mrs. John Amesbury, last week. The latter lady suffered a broken ankle some time ago. Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink of near Woden spent several days last week at her maternal grandparents, Henry Haverly, home. Dennis and Hugh Haverly visited at the Ed Cink home, near Woden several days last week. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly. Miss Zita Studer, who visited her parental, Ben G. Studer home, three weeks left last week for Dubuque whe,r sh Is a student nurse in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz spent a week end recently at this parental Mrs. Ann Kunz home in Des Molnes. His brother, Gordon, was Inducted into .the army last week. Pearly Haynes, Jr., his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Farnham of Whlttier, California, are visiting their parental, P. C. Haynes home. Mrs. Famham Is the former Irene Haynes. Mrs. Arlo Dawson, local Red Cross chairman, reports that she sent the following articles to headquarters: four bed jackets, one pair' bootees, five infant jackets, three dresses and three sweaters. Mrs, Maurice Page has been named chairman of "Patching Parties" for teen-age girls. Th,ese are sponsored by the Red Cross as a cloth- Ing conservation measure. Any girl Interested should call Mrs. Page. (Mrs. J. L. Haverly entertained at two tables of bridge Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Evroul Loebig won high score prize and Mrs, Frank Kouba, Jr., won 'travel prize. Guests at the Lon, Gouge home Sunday, August 83rd were her sisters, Mrs. Joe Friedman, Mr. and Krs. Theo. Potthoff and three children of Halbur, Mrs. Anna Simper of Garner and Mrs, Gouge's brother, Will Spangler' of Garner. Geraldlne Bruns, 'Eva Studer, Mildred Fox, Ann Rjchter, Rita Wingerti Thelma and Alvina Oppedahl and Mrs, Tillle Loebig enjoyed- a steak fry at the city park south of the public school Tuesday evening. They all attended a show in Britt following the feed. The W. S. C. 8, will hold its regular meeting Wednesday afternoon, Sept, 2nd at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, Mrs. John Puffer, Mra. Theron Hansen and Mrs. B. & Tfeompspn. Mrs. QWdtngB will les,d devo , tlpns and, Mrs, Herman Ostercamp baye the lesson. Mr. ap4 Mrs. Kenneth left tor thflP home at Cedar ids We4»tfi»y WUowtog a few visit with her sisters, Mr*. Will' Becker at AJgona and, Jack IJaverly here, Jew, Jim _ Johnny Fergujfln stayed taere ft>? longer visit Wrs. Fprfttseu — forinffly Merle MTB, J«n. SJteetthacfcer,, son J • jUftd O&wjfcter WJ4 JKW-ufejftw, anA Mrs, Clarence Nelson, re* fijf? *»^_i!»5s~^_9J:™*'3 1 -™. sume her teaching in the Klemme schools. MRS. MARY WILL, 70, SUFFERS WHOOPING COUGH Mrs. Mary Will is'having a siege of whooping cough and has been quite sick. Mrs. Will is 70 years old and had the whooping cough when a child. At that time the doctor had said she could contract the disease again after a period of 50 years. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wilhite are visiting this week at the home of Mrs. Wilhite's parents ,in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate and family returned home Wednesday evening after visiting relatives in Minnesota for a few days. Mrs. Jack Baumeister of Batavia, 111., is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merriam. (Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ellgen and Mrs. Marion Zohn of Mason.City, left Tuesday for Akron, Ohio, to spend, a week with Robert Muller, brother of the two women. Mr. and Mrs. George Harlan and family of Adel are moving into the C, A. Applegate residence this week. Mr Harlan will be vocational instructor In the Corwlth schools. Dayle Duckett returned to Chicago last Sunday a'fter having spent a two weeks' vacation with his mother, Mrs. Mary Duckett. Dale is an instructor in the television department at a radio school In Chicago, Mr and Mrs. Harold Sheldon of Eldora visited last Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. Shei- don's cousin, Mrs. Armond Tabb and family. They had taken their son, Richard Sheldon, to Algona, wihere he will be employed at the Upper Des Molnes publishing plant. Frances Masterson of Mason City spent the week end at the tome of her parents^Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Reg Bastian and children of Humboldt, Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and son of (LuVernH Mrs. Le^ Williams and children and Mrs. Williams and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trees, Corwith SENECA NEWS •ftcftrFovvKf^^ coon IBud Paulson arrived home last Wednesday from a train ng camp in Florida where he will enjoy -a furlough at the home of his parents, the Art paulsens. {Mrs. Mlllen Jensen; accompanied by Mrs, George Jensen °t™W sted were recent visitors at the Forrest Christensen home at Wesley. MrT Christensen has charge of. the locker plant at Wesley. Mr, and Mrs. Wm- Osborn left on where they plan IP ^ sister and h«sb ft nd, the Mr, Osborn's oldest sjster nlans b» visit tfeem the same Moders Mixer club met last week Wednesday at the Peterson , * ___••_, •»•• __ J__^ A « TO*Mv«*a nrtn •ay*••» I f.w-n^r'^r i-ajr — - - - _ - » hon^e wltb Me*4««W8 Bmina a» Amelia Peterson «w hostesses. Mrs. ^^Pftrtisn b*J cb«f^ ot the en, t. Prises were won by Jens Peterson a i. Jvin Olson, ^rfeo will be "wry service Monday, o.i^t farm sale test Tue*• ••••* Tbe sale. *™" 0 **- Corwith Man 88, Visits LaPorte Sister, 90 Corwith: Jake Riggle celebratec his 88th birthday last Sunday and on Tuesday, accompanied by two of his grandchildren, Raymond an< Rosemary Riggle, drove to LaPorte City to visit his sister, Mrs. John Hunter, who was 90 years old o* Tuesday. They plan on visiting a the home of another granddaugh ter, Mrs. Dave Bilbrey and husbanc at Brandon before returning home MRS. OTTO NEUMAN TO DISCONTINUE SEXTON BUSINESS Sexton: Mrs. Otto.Ncuman, long- ime resident of Sexton was honored by a farewell party at her home Clhursday afternoon whew her 'riends and neighbors came to vls- t her. The afternoon was spent socially. Lunch was served by a committee. Mrs Neuman was presented with a gift. She has operated a store since the death of her husband last October but now plans to discontinue business. She jlans to leave shortly and make icr home with her daughter, Mrs. Orville Hedrick of Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and children were shoppers in Mason 3ity on Wednesday. Miss Sonya Macklntoch of Chicago, who has been spending her vacation at the Harold Hunt home and with other relatives, left Friday for her home. (Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahrlng and children attended Parents' Night at the Algona high school Thursday. Donald Neahring will enroll as a freshman at the Algona school. Mrs. Ed Pergande and daughter, Evelyn of LuVerne accompanied Mr. and Mrs, Herman Wise to Mason City^ Tuesday. Evelyn com- CLEAN BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. V. J. Lattimer and family visited Mrs. Lattimer's aunt, Mrs. Jule Wilmert, at Frost, Minn., on Sunday. Miss Helen Droessler, Bancroft, has accepted a position as school English teacher at the Bancroft high school. Joseph Cbgley, Jr., is the new assistant at the Thompson- Lumber Yards, replacing Emil Vaske, who left for the U. S. army Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Menke entertained at a farewell party Tuesday evening for their son,-Francis who left Wednesday for army, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Christensen of Webster City are the parents of a daughter, Loretta Ann. Christensen is the former Mary Schiltz. Tommy, Jimmy and Billy Egan, and Dean and Jimmy Welp returned home Sunday after a week at Camp Lady of the Lake at Lake Okoboji. Dorothy Jean Sturge of Sioux City arrived here for a visit at the C. C. Inman hcjne and Mrs. J. M. Sheridan and daughter, Sue Ann of Chicago are visiting there also. 'Leo Smith of Bode is the new telephone man here, replacing Har- ioJd Smidt who has been transferred to Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and three daughters moved the Regina Berens home Monday. The banns of marriage were published for the first time in St John's Catholic church on Saturday between Mary Elaine Devine and Dr. Joseph, Sexton and on Sunday between Helen Fox and Gordon Osmus. DOAN NEWS Mrs Ruth Sparks. and son, Dean-, of Armstrong spent Friday at the Joe Goetz home. They are former Doan residents and Dean will be inducted into the navy Dec. 10. They have been farming a 400-acre farm near Armstrong the past three years and they will hold a public sale this fall; Aug. Schbles of Blue Earth,, Minn., spent Sunday at the Jerome Hawkins home and Mr, Hawkins acompanied him home to Blue Earth, and PR Monday a. m. they left from Mankato for Helena, Montana, where they will visit the former's 'brother, Arthur Scholes. Paul Hawkins is looking after the chores while his father is gone. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bolenus, Mrs. Jtay McMahon of Algona and son, Jimmy Lou, Mrs. Naomi DeWUde and daughter, Constance Joy, of Mason City, all teft in the Bole- nus car Tuesday a. m., Aug. 25, for Camp Berkeley, Texas, where they will Visit th« former's son. Robert, who hag been stationed there since being inducted into the army. Chester Smith is after the chores during Mr, absence. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burr and Ellen Seeberg visited ftojn Satur* terf of was entertained Sunday afterpopn. by their uncle, Peter Seaberg near Wesley, and were Sunday supper the Qte Flom home. -Clothes Last Longer! Dirt and grime left in f a'brics generally wear delicate threads. Eliminate this hazard. Have clothes cleaned oft eta. Modern fluids give new life to fabrics . . . make them new lojoking! Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors pleted plans to enroll in a business college.' Tommy and Betty Asa are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Saunders during the absence of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. <Lbu Bolenus, who are visiting their son, Paul Bolenus, Texas. at an army eamfi Friends received word that Mfs, Fred Montgomery of Blue Ea*tS fell last Wednesday and broke 1*1 ankle. UNCLE SAM NEEDS YOUR CAR' AND NEEDS IT IN CLASS 1-A! War sounds a ringing cry for all cars 'to come to the aid of their country! 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